Spring is here and it’s the perfect time to spend a few hours once a week to get to some of those projects that have escaped your attention. Read on for suggestions that will provide the greatest value for busy nonprofit professionals’ time and energy.
This week, we have the pleasure of talking with Laura Hertz, Founder of Gifts for Good, which curates corporate gifts for employees, clients, leads and business partners that support charitable causes.
Overwhelmed? Burned out? Feeling uninspired? Here are some tips for finding out if you’re the toxic person at work, and how to redirect.
In the social sector, some times the individuals in leadership roles are not the best managers. What to do when you have a difficult boss? Read on for a few tips that we’ve seen help.
You ask for something to be done and instead you get three reasons why it’s unlikely it’ll succeed. Sound familiar? Perhaps you have a difficult employee who is drowning in negativity. Read on for a few tips and resources that we’ve seen help.
Every so often it seems like we hear about how unpleasant someone’s colleagues are – how unsatisfied, unhappy, and generally upset they are at the nonprofit or social enterprise they work at. What to do with a difficult coworker? Read on for our tips!
Is raising awareness more valuable than asking for a donation? When does one become a higher priority? And how do we decide when to allocate resources to awareness raising rather than fundraising?
Get a head start on mining your nonprofit’s database with a few simple strategies and excel techniques.
How do you use the time you spend in your car, waiting for an appointment, or even while sitting at your desk? Check out this list of our favorite social impact podcasts.